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Vincent Fichot Hunger Strike

Mothers who have had their children abducted by husbands show support on day seven of Frenchman, Vincent Fichot's (standing, right) hunger strike outside Sendagaya Station, Tokyo, Japan. Saturday July 17th 2021. Vincent Fichot has not seen his two children since they were abducted by his wife in 2018. He started a hunger strike to put pressure on French President, Emmanuel Macron, who will be attending the 2020 Tokyo Olympic opening ceremony, to raise the issue further with the Japanese government.

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2021 Vincent Fichot's Hunger Strike
Mothers who have had their children abducted by husbands show support on day seven of Frenchman, Vincent Fichot's  (standing, right) hunger strike outside Sendagaya Station, Tokyo, Japan. Saturday July 17th 2021. Vincent Fichot has not seen his two children since they were abducted by his wife in 2018. He started a hunger strike to put pressure on French President, Emmanuel Macron, who will be attending the 2020 Tokyo Olympic opening ceremony, to raise the issue further with the Japanese government.